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The Making of the Porsche Mission E Concept

The Porsche Mission E concept has been turning heads since its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2015. It is slowly and surely making its way into the hotly contested electric cars segment. A whole new generation of electric cars and technology are leading the charge and it looks like the Porsche Mission E concept will fit right in. The prototype has now been revealed further with the launch of the “Design of the Concept Study Mission E” by Porsche. The video gives us a closer glimpse of the concept’s making.

Porsche Mission E Concept

The Mission E is fully electric and the prototype previews the German automaker’s fully electric production version. It is likely that the production version will borrow design lines and technical specifications on the concept. The Mission E concept is revolutionary, for it comes with an impressive and mind blowing 248 mile range (Nearly 400km). Porsche will also add the prototype’s Turbo Charging system that would charge the car in 15 minutes.

Porsche Mission E Concept Video:

The suicide doors that are present on the latest Porsche concept will not make their appearance in the final production version. Under the hood, the Mission E is powered by two electric motors that output a whopping 600hp. With such prodigious power, the Mission E can achieve the 0-100kmph sprint in 3.0 seconds, with a top speed of over 200kmph. With such numbers and a design that looks like it has come from Mars, the Mission E is simply too good to resist. I hope the final version is just as gorgeous, but Porsche rarely disappoint. So, Porsche, when can I put my money down?

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Motorcyclist, Traveler, Aerospace Engineer and your friendly neighborhood Batman. Suhas has been meandering on two wheels since 2008. His love for automobiles, aeroplanes and his passion for travel has brought him here. He's a RC plane hobbyist currently building a Supermarine Spitfire and the Associate Editor at TheMotorLife

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